Amazon today has Apple’s AirPods 2, AirPods 3 with Lightning Charging Case, and AirPods Max on sale, with up to $100 in savings on these earbuds. For the AirPods 3, this is the first time we’ve tracked a discount on the device since Father’s Day in June.

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The AirPods 2 are on sale for $79.99, down from $129.00, and the AirPods 3 with Lightning Charging Case are on sale for $139.99, down from $169.00. This discount on the AirPods 2 isn’t quite an all-time low price, but it’s still a great deal on the headphones that’s about $10 higher compared to the record low price.

Amazon also has the AirPods Max on sale for $449.00, down from $549.00. This is another solid second-best price on the AirPods, and similar to the other models it’ll arrive between July 9 and July 12, depending on shipping speed.

Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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